Experience the Fox River Faith Walk virtually. You can also come in-person any time during daylight hours for a meditative hike through our woods.
Stephen Ministers provide high-quality, one-to-one, Christ-centered care to people in the congregation and the community experiencing life difficulties. At Fox River, we have several members who have taken the training to become a Stephen Ministry.
If you're looking for a quiet space to pray, feel free to stop by this repurposed silo and connect with God. Our prayer silo is on property and always open to everyone!
Due to COVID, Sunday School is offered weekly via Zoom. We are also offering occasional outdoor children's programs and virtual mission opportunities. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for the Sunday School Zoom link.
Learn more about our sister church in Africa where the minister there has developed a school for children and reaching out to tell the Good News to the Baka (Pigmy) tribe in Cameroon.
Watch a video on how youth at Fox River made a difference in the lives of children in a poverty-stricken area of Nicaragua.
Due to Covid, Band Together is temporarily suspended but we look forward to being able to host this amazing charity concert with some of the country's premiere musicians. Proceeds benefit Pewaukee Food Pantry and other local charities.
Kostia Effimov, internationally renowned musician, and our resident composer, plays inspirational music for our services.
The Fox River Congregational church band features world-class musical talent including Kostia Effimov, Karl Hitzman,
Carmen Nickerson and Ellen Winters. Learn more about our amazing music ministry here.
The design of the columbarium fountain is to remind us of the two sacraments in the mainline protestant tradition. It first represents a vessel of water like the baptismal font in our sanctuary. The sacrament of baptism is a celebration of receiving the gracious redeeming love of God and the new life we have in Christian hope through the resurrection of Jesus. The fountain shape also represents the chalice of the sacrament of communion. We are invited by Jesus to share in the fellowship of his loving sacrifice and be companions in the mission of Jesus. It is appropriate that this be the focal point as we honor those who have gone on before us. We remain forever and eternally as a band of brothers and sisters who share in His mission and purposes.